What is your favorite means of reviving a dried out blend? Anyone who's smoked for a few years or more (and many who have not) have had the experience of having an open pouch or tin for longer than the moisture cares to stick around, or have been gifted a quantity of overly dried tobacco. It's not always bad - I usually like to smoke drier leaf and don't often care to wait for it to dry out before loading a pipe. Sometimes I prefer a tobacco come on the dry side rather than too moist. But I do like at least a little moisture there, especially with flakes. I don't often fold and stuff anymore, but I prefer to have that option, and also prefer when I rub out a flake it actually rubs out to a ribbon, not crumble into chunks and dust. I've tried a lot of methods. Many times, sprinkling a little water in the pouch or tin, shaking the stuff up and letting it sit a day or two is all it needs. Especially true in the case of shag cut tobacco where the moisture will redistribute itself as needed rapidly. Lately though I've found the best way, apart from adding a humidity disc and waiting a few days, is to leave the tin or pouch open on the counter of the washroom while I take a hot shower, resealing it before the steam clears out of the room entirely. One or two days of this is all I've found necessary for getting even very dry flakes back to their former selves - or close enough. I'm about to do this with my half-tin of Irish Flake. While it's smoking just fine, it no longer rubs out easily but turns to chunks and dust when I try to break it up. What's your favorite trick?